Based on the serial number, it sounds like you probably have a Model 1882. These guns can be fairly valuable, depending upon condition and the variation(grade). Now, a gun with a restored stock will be worth less than original, but it may still have some decent value. This kind of gun is one that I would suggest having done by a professional gunsmith. Would you like for me to suggest someone to you?Jim
According to the factory record (which in the early years are mostly missing) this is a Model 3 that was introduced in Jan 1886.
Description: Break open, top lever activated with cocking lever on left side of receiverIntroduction Year: 1886Year Discontinued: 1898Total Production: 96,000 +/-Designer/Inventor: Not recordedAction Type: Break actionCaliber/Gauge: 10,12,16, 20, 24, 28 gaugeSerial Number Blocks: 1,001 – 96,000
MODEL INTRODUCED OBSOLETED QUANTITY MFD.
This shotgun in restored condition is in the $800-$1150 range based on if this is a sale to a private collector or reseller. Values are always high to private collectors.